Tuesday, December 31, 2013

The Month in Review - December's Most Popular Posts

Last sunset of 2013
Good evening from Woodstock, Maine where I've just watched the final sunset of 2013. I hope that you all are enjoying your holiday break.

As I do at the end of every month, I've put together a list of the most popular posts of the month. I post these lists for two reasons. First, over the years I've heard from many people who say the lists help them quickly catch up on things they missed earlier in the month. Second, writing the lists helps learn what types of resources I should be posting more or less of.

Here are this month's most popular posts:
1. 15 Options for Creating Screen Capture Images and Videos - Including on Chromebooks
2. Three Good Tools for Creating Multimedia Books Online
3. Have You Looked At Google Lit Trips Lately?
4. 5 Ways for Students to Create Audio Slideshows
5. By Request - Ten Helpful Resources for Middle School and High School Math Teachers
6. Some Handy Gmail Options You Might Be Missing
7. Borrow and Lend eBooks Through Open Library
8. Five Good Online Tools for Creating Infographics
9. 11 Free Online Typing Practice Activities for Students
10. Five Tools That Help Students Plan Stories

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